Podcast: EP47 – Turning to the blurry dark side

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Matt suddenly realises that he’s been lazy with trying out new techniques and Ryu takes Snapchat for a lengthy walk.  They both realise that being stagnant and complacent does not make you a good sports photographer.  Unless you want to be that guy.  You know.  That guy.

High ISO.  You can use a flash, you can use a slower shutter speed, and you can just go home because it’s difficult to see the ball when it’s pitch black inside the gym.

You Win
Better.  Not as disastrous as the previous month.  But obviously people are not stepping up their game.  Which makes us feel suicidal.  But we have no such tendencies.  Here you can find the sub-par entries.

Both Matt and Ryu go cycling.  Ryu finds his photo from this link and Matt from here.

Special thanks to…
Our producer Robb Massar
Icon by Arvin Bautista

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